Tetris is a classic video game that has been enjoyed by millions of people worldwide since the 1980s. It is a deceptively simple game that involves fitting differently shaped blocks together to form horizontal lines that disappear once they are complete. The game becomes more challenging as the player progresses through levels, with the blocks falling faster, and the shapes becoming more complicated.
Many players have asked themselves whether it is possible to win Tetris if they play perfectly. Is it a game where the highest achievable score is the ultimate goal? Or is there a way to finish the game, similar to other games such as Super Mario or Sonic?
In this video, they delve into the theoretical aspects of the game and explore the mathematics behind Tetris and examine whether it is possible to win the game or if there is a sequence of blocks that could force the player to lose, regardless of their skill.